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I host several web sites that I develop. My problem is the generated log statistics are skewed because of my connection to the site, hits that get recorded because I'm testing a page or busy creating. So while I know how to run an exclude statement on an individual web site config file, what I'd really like is some way to exclude it from ALL the sites through some global method. Right now, each individual site config file has an exclude line in it for my IP(s) and each new site that I host I have to manually add that in. Does anyone know if there's a better way of doing this, if there's some way to add it to the master httpd.conf file so that it applies to all the virtual sites as well?


And yes, I'm aware that I can filter it through the log analyzer, however if I can prevent it from being logged at all that would be best.

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Ashley M. Kirchner <mailto:ashley pcraft com> . 303.442.6410 x130
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